August 2018 edition published

August 01 2018
August 2018 edition published

Our August 2018 edition is full of local news and information for local residents ...

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In our August 2018 edition ...


  -  Construction halted on Lyppiatt Road site

  -  Temporary toilets for St George Park

  -  Alzheimer's Society urgently needs Side by Side volunteers

  -  Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust visits St George Park

  -  St George man jailed for Jamel Powell murder

  -  St George Breathing Better in action

  -  New School for Speedwell Fire Station site?

  -  Frankie Johns completes first challenge

  -  20mph or 30mph?

  -  Wellspring and Barton Hill Settlement consider merger

  -  Orchestra visits City and Brunel Academies

  -  Bristol's biggest school to be built in Temple Quarter

  -  Make lifelong friends in every corner of the globe

  -  Why barbecues are banned on Troopers Hill

  -  Thank You awards

  -  Keeping BS5 Market spirit alive

  -  Thangam Debbonaire MP: East Bristol's famous football team shows sport can be a positive force

  -  Local Planning Applications

  -  Consultations launched on vehicle dwelling and rough sleeping

  -  Troopers Hill "Protecting Nature" project wins National Lottery support

  -  India Brasserie to be converted into housing

  -  Bristol East Allotments Assoc: Our carrots have been doing nicely, except ...

  -  Marvin Rees, Mayor: A festival city

  -  Over 50? Want to get active? Then Come On Board

  -  Interview: Annie Oliver, Head of Community Inclusion, Barton Hill Settlement

  -  Cllr Nicola Beech: Trust in our trustees

  -  What's On In Our Area


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